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    @louise81 welcome to the club! 😜
    Sorry to hear about the mc, I hope you are doing okay. I also have hashimotos so that's been an issue for me during my journey.
    @Anasi, I'm not temping, the OB told me to do saliva testing so I'm using a maybe baby.... Do u think temping would be better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possie7 View Post
    @louise81 welcome to the club! 😜
    Sorry to hear about the mc, I hope you are doing okay. I also have hashimotos so that's been an issue for me during my journey.
    @Anasi, I'm not temping, the OB told me to do saliva testing so I'm using a maybe baby.... Do u think temping would be better?
    I've never used the maybe baby... I never got around to it. I found the pee tests to be useless. I found temping to be good but see what works for you 👍

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    I temp using the fertility friend app and also pee stick opk's. Both of these methods work really well for me. Never tried a saliva one , but I have tried a digital ovulation detector and that was ok too.

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    Hi Louise and possie, FX for you both. I've been temping (inconsistently...) for a while but I can't really see any patterns, especially for such a ridiculously long cycle. Think I'm going to scratch it and start again CD1 on Provera and see. I haven't used fertility friend but Kindara has a good sample temping charts for PCOS women- will see if I can find it and link to it here

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    Here it is, hope it's of use to someone https://kindara.zendesk.com/entries/23041293-PCOS-chart

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    Temp rise this morning so pretty sure I'm 1dpo! Fingers crossed

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    Crossing for you Louise!

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    Thanks @WaitRose!
    When do you start clomid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by louise81 View Post
    Temp rise this morning so pretty sure I'm 1dpo! Fingers crossed
    Good luck!!

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    Hi Louise, starting on CD4 which'll hopefully be next week. In the meantime, I think the Provera must definitely be working - my skin is just awful at the moment! I've been lucky to always have good skin, even as a teenager I didn't suffer too badly, but at the moment my face looks like a pepperoni pizza! I guess my friends' teenage selves are looking back at me now thinking, ha! That smile will get wiped off her smug lil face in 20 years time, just you wait....


 

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